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photojournalists. through their lens, they bring us a spirit of the season from all around the bay area. we're here at christmas in the park in san jose. not far from where our first story takes place. in 1983, the town was hit hard by the el nino flood. the tragedy prompted a south bay family to give rather than receive. joe and judy santiago set out to spread cheer with a box of candy canes. as photojournalist chris paxton shows us you, 20 years r later, the generosity continue -- shows us, 20 years later, the generosity continues to grow. >> here's something. >> can we do this? >> we keep track of them. >> by boys and girls by age group and year. >> happy new year! >> the gifts we give out are from infants to 13-year-olds. last year, we probably had 15 cars loaded up with gifts. you people are so awesome, we really appreciate this. the kids just loved meeting santa claus. >> he's excited. >> how many for santa? >> the family gets their picture taken with santa. >> big smile. there you go. >> merry christmas. >> what you want for christmas? >> a monster truck, a real one. >> we have probably abou
everybody, i'm angela miles, and thank you for joining us on today's first business. coming up in this edition, we are getting into the spirit of giving by checking in on charities. how americans are opening up their wallets, and why some nonprofits are facing a new dilemma. plus, we'll take a look at the advances parents are making to help their children become financially savvy. college costs continue to soar. our guest is dishing out tips on cutting the expense. why he says you don't have to be at the top of your class to find a top scholarship. and, let the holiday movie season commence. a review of some of the biggest and smallest flicks to hit the big screen in the coming months. nonprofit organizations are facing a big dilemna: many of their donors are elderly, in poor health and there are fewer of them each year, and there aren't enough new donors to pick up the slack. in our cover story, how one non-profit is using business strategies to make a difference. the privately-funded pritzker military library is one of chicago's best-kept secrets. "our biggest problem is no o
to the north of us, and the steady rain will be with us. you can see a few sells north of hillsberg, but this will be a quick moving system and i will timeline to show you when the rain will fall and when it will leave, good morning, tara. >> we do want to mention parking is free in san francisco, they will not be enforced so that is good news. >>> we have allie rasmus joining us from outside. >> reporter: good morning, brian, st. anthony is preparing 4,000 meals for people and the preparations will start behind these doors 90 minutes from now but the planning for this day took months. they really stepped up to cook enough hams and they left foods to serve and collected a total of 400 hams and they will be served starting at 10:00 a.m. this morning. they do serve meals here throughout the week but today's meal is he can a special and helping to serve is the navy and football cops team and they will be -- football coaches and they will be working to serve this meal and it will be served at 10:00 and a lot of people will be lining up to take advantage of this benefit. allie rasmus ktv
in july. >> they have actually given us what they call a last and final. 100 take aways from our current contract. >> the hospital said they hired replacement nurses. >>> government and consumer groups turned down an officer from pg&e connected to the san bruno explosion. pg&e refused to admit any safety breaches because it feared criminal charges. critics say they were afraid it could be used against it. >>> christmas in newton, connecticut is a somber one this year. a memorial has been set up to honor those who died in the massacre. people are visiting newton, connecticut to express their sympathy. >> the holidays, my heart reaches out to the families who lost their children. we have four grandchildren, one 6, and it is such a sorrow. you know, hearts are broken. >> there are reports the town is getting six times its normal volume of mail. the owner of one store said he is taking phone calls offering credit cards to pay for groceries for families. >>> no progress after wrapping up his trip. after talks today with the president the situation was worrying. there was no indication of prog
maw maw started to annoy us, we got a little more creative with our solutions. (plays classical music) things around the house actually got a little more peaceful and on those rare occasions where we had to bring out the big guns, well, sometimes that's just what family has to do. your damn pet monkey stole the last piece of taffy. (maw maw grunting) and nothing says family like squirting your 86-year-old grandmother in the face so she won't hit your granddaughter with a fireplace poker. tune in next week for the exciting conclusion. (laughs) just kidding. no, you can't stretch this crap into a three-parter. captioning sponsored by 20th television and brought to you by volkswagen. >>> the storm may be over but the problems remain and tonight the repairs are just beginning in the areas hardest hit by a powerful weekend weather system. good evening i'm ken pritchett. >> and i'm jana katsuyama. frank and julyly have the night off. beyond the area people have been cleaning up from the weekends storms. and there's more rain headed our way. chief meteorologist bill martin has rain totals an
a few hours ago. janine de la vega is on the scene and joins us from campbell. how does it look out there, janine? >> reporter: well, the fire is out here at this commercial building on del avenue. firefighters are still putting water on it. you can actually see the smoke still rising in the air coming from that building. now, originally we were told that the firefighters had not entered the building yet for safety precautions. let's go to some video. here you can see some flames shooting from the roof. we were told they were 50 feet up in the air at one point. firefighters were called to the scene just before 5:00 a.m. they immediately started to attack it from the outside. the fire then grew to three alarms. firefighters put up three aerial ladders to spray on the scene. >> we can see there's an engineering. in the back is where the fire was at. we're not sure what is inside, what type of businesses. >> reporter: one of the businesses is called mccalman engineering. the other we're told is a startup tech firm. it's unclear the extent of the damage. but in the last few minutes, i d
: state crews have moved us back from the levy here anticipating that trucks will arrive here momentarily to begin sand bagging. this video now. you can see the creek is much comer than last -- calmer than last might. they worked fast to get this temporary fix underway. >> reporter: not fast enough for residents who lived through repeated flooding here. >> i am worried because it is supposed to rain tomorrow. >> reporter: homeowners cleared mud and debris from the flood. >> like a big lake. lot of trees going down. garbage. >> reporter: the creek topped the levy. 7 homes damaged. several hundred people evacuated. >> having a levy failure here would be catastrophic. >> reporter: as you see that failure began last night. our cameras caught water bubbling through. today officials took an emergency survey. last night's creek flow was the third highest since the levy was built 82 years ago. >> not certified. not in good shape. they will start next year to rebuild the whole system. >> reporter: sand bagging will be the first step. they also plan a structure to minimize erosion. one home remains
morning, thank you for waking up with us this tuesday morning december 25th, i am pam cook. >> i lake your sweater by the way. let's go to rosemary orozco, she is in for steve paulson. >> i hate to be the bearer of bad news, a few sprinkles are falling over parts of the north bay with a storm coming in later in the afternoon. you can see storm tracker 2, it is widespread over the northern edge of california and will continue to shift south. in and around santa rosa, fog a few scattered showers as well as the ones at the park. here is tara moriarty with traffic. >>> this is 880 at the coliseum, traffic is looking good this christmas day, not too many folks on the roadway. this is the coliseum, not too many folks, same story, let's go back to the desk. >>> the california storm, conservation is sandbagging in east palo alto. janine de la vega is down there again this morning to show us the repairs being made before the rain comes in again today, good morning janine de la vega. >> reporter: you can see the ground is actually still wet even though it did rain overnight but authorities are tryin
. >>> good morning, thank you for joining us this morning, we have breaking news, we have a huge fire burning now in campbell. >>> a new storm is taking aim for your holiday, i will have more on what you can expect coming up. >>> and church service in oakland had a bullet strike a baby stroller. >>> volunteers are set to arrive at glide and they are there to serve christmas meals and we will tell you how many of them will be served up today. >>> this is ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> good morning, thank you for waking up with us this tuesday morning, december 25th, i am pam cook. >> i am brian flores, let's take a look at our weather, merry christmas to you rosemary. >> yes, we have splash and dash showers out there and eventually it will be a steady rain and with that rain will come wind as well and maybe hail and lightning. looking at storm tracker 2, wind doppler radars you can see all over southern california is where the steady rain is and a few scattered showers are in and around fairfield right up to air base parkway and if we shift, we have more rain over napa reported
to the wilderness and releasing him back into the wild. >> to tell us about this video this beautiful christmas present wrapped up in a bow we have sullivan ripley via skype to the show. welcome to the show, sullivan. >> hi. >> did the fawn struggle with your uncle at all. >> it was so fast and powerful. it was so powerful it almost knocked me over the waterfall. >> wow. tell us how you guys actually got the fawn out of the water. >> my grandfather and friend victor got a rope and tied it to with the fawn. i helped pull up the rope from behind. then the fawn was on the ground with us. >> you uploaded a version of this video and turned it into really a movie trailer. >> right on the road when we were driving, that's kind of when i was assembling it in my mind. >> if it's a white christmas, that means people are probably out and about on the slopes hitting up their winter sports. we've got a couple of videos of winter sports follies. guys down skiing on the slope here. got himself a camera. just as he turns the camera on himself, what's the matter? >> i hate to laugh. i hate to laugh. i hope the
like slippers. >> are they breathing? >> you can't tell. ♪ the season is upon us it's that time of year ♪ >> that means fami s. is such a representation of what your families are like. your family christmas is >>> steven, this is swanky the snowball. >> not show up for a lot of dates, never call you back and stuff. >> or because he's sniffling. flaky my great freddie brazil to northern europe to alleviate his seasonal depression. >> seasonal effective disorder does spell out sad. >> this was one sad little snowball when he migrated down to brazil, he forgot to think about one thing. right now it's coming up on summertime. what does flaky have to do? >> might need to sit in a bowl of ice cubes. >> that would work but then he wouldn't be able to move around and explore brazil. what flaky does is find shadows. >> pulls the old vampire routine. flaky, if i had to say anything, i'd say now is the season you should be around snow and be around your snowball friends. come back from brazil. hope you had a nice vacation. come back. >> they said when they leave their beagleusie home alone, they
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